The book that started it all is back in stock for the first time in over a year. Rowing Blazers looks at the striped, piped, trimmed and badged blazers that are still worn by oarsmen and oarswomen around the world, and at the rituals, elite athletes, prestigious clubs and legendary races associated with them.
Rowing Blazers by Jack Carlson. Hardcover, first U.S. (red) edition. 256 pages.
"Right up there with Take Ivy."— Kempt
"Unapologetically cool and crisp."— Complex
"Lush... Artfully photographed."— Vanity Fair
"Top 20 best fashion books."— Elle
"Carlson's book is the perfect addition to your coffee table. Or, if you're like some of the guys in the pages, your stately library."— GQ
"Handsome ... glorious ... Carlson is an affable, elegant guide to the traditions and eccentricities of the rowing fraternity."— The Rake
"Rowing Blazers by Jack Carlson is a captivating and beautifully illustrated celebration of this eccentric but wonderful tradition."— Five time Olympic Gold Medalist Sir Steve Redgrave
"If you haven't done so already, run, don't walk, and get your copy of Rowing Blazers by Jack Carlson, a simply beautiful ode to the halcyon days of rowing teams and their colorful boating attire. This is one book you simply must own!"— Jeffrey Banks, author of Preppy
"Jack Carlson’s monumental book takes readers inside this extraordinary world, steeped in history and heritage."— Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss